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  • Indians topple the Padres

    CLEVELAND David Murphy might not look like the traditional American League right fielder, a hulking, 225-pound power behemoth capable of reaching the upper decks. But he's sure hitting like one. Murphy continued to swing a hot bat and came away with...
  • Braves best Garza, Brewers

    MILWAUKEE -- Third baseman Chris Johnson hit his first home run of the season and Aaron Harang took a no-hitter into the seventh to outduel Matt Garza as the Atlanta Braves beat the Milwaukee Brewers 1-0 on Wednesday afternoon at Miller Park. Johnson'...
  • Orioles, Ubaldo Jimenez hope they're perfect dance partners

    Orioles, Ubaldo Jimenez hope they're perfect dance partners
    Ubaldo Jimenez’s baseball career is well-documented. His ups and downs in the major leagues have been thoroughly dissected. A wunderkind who once was among baseball’s best young pitchers, Jimenez’s career trajectory plummeted...
  • John Hart among honorees of program with nostalgic twist

     John Hart among honorees of program with nostalgic twist
    Nostalgia can be a confusing word. It conveys both happiness and sadness, a mishmash of emotions for a time and place that is lost forever. But your heart never forgets. Folks like Roger Williams and Jim Flanagan make sure of that. They cherish the...
  • Houston's television deal flops as most viewers in city can't watch Astros

    A funny thing happened to the Houston Astros on their way to Arlington for the weekend series against the Rangers. The Astros played a home baseball game Monday afternoon, lost, 9-1, to the Los Angeles Angels, and were shut out. They scored a 0.0 rating...
  • Is Indians pitcher Danny Salazar too infatuated with strikeout?

    CHICAGO To say Indians manager Terry Francona and pitching coach Mickey Callaway were unimpressed with Danny Salazar's historical performance against the Chicago White Sox on Thursday night wouldn't be strong enough. Salazar became the first major-league...
  • Lefties continue to bedevil Indians in loss to White Sox

    CHICAGO In a young season, no one in the Indians dugout would place any significance on Game 11. But Friday night's 9-6 loss to the Chicago White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field still seemed to carry weight on several fronts. The Indians entered with a taxed...
  • Kazmir impresses in Athletics' debut

    OAKLAND, Calif. That his Athletics debut Wednesday afternoon came against the team he staged a career renaissance with last season was a bit of irony that did not escape left-hander Scott Kazmir. His former teammates with the Cleveland Indians weren't...
  • Strange postponement for Athletics

    OAKLAND, Calif. Perhaps the most stunning postponement of a game in Oakland Athletics history came almost out of nowhere Friday night when the 7:05 p.m. PDT game against the Seattle Mariners was called off. The infield, which hadn't been covered during...
  • Danny Salazar 'a little bit nervous' for Indians' home opener

    OAKLAND, Calif. His start in the Indians' home opener was 50 hours away, but Indians right-hander Danny Salazar said he was already beginning to prepare himself mentally. "A little bit nervous," he said Wednesday morning before the Indians took on the...
  • Red Sox even series with 4-2 win over Yankees

    NEW YORK - Left fielder Grady Sizemore hit a go-ahead three-run home run with one out in the top of the sixth inning and Jon Lester pitched effectively into the seventh as the Boston Red Sox evened their four-game series at Yankee Stadium with a 4-2...